Harness the power of your PC-2! This book, full of easy to understand examples, clear-cut diagrams and good humor, will lead you step by step toward a complete mastery of BASIC programming fundamentals. The text makes it possible for a reader who has no previous programming experience whatever to learn how to tap the immense power of the PC-2 pocker computer. Topic: Radio Shack
Radio Shack is (was?) a retail chain known for selling hobbyist and consumer electronics. This is the print advertisement from the end of October 1997.Highlights include IBM Aptiva computers, very early RCA DVD players, and PrimeStar satellite television.Promotional item, has no commercial value.Technical information: Scanned using a Brother MFC-J6710DW at 300dpi on 3/19/2015 with Windows XP. Processed in uncompressed format until PDF conversion. OCR via PaperPort 14. Topics: Radio Shack, advertisement
Radio Shack is (was?) a retail chain known for selling hobbyist and consumer electronics. This is the print advertisement from the end of December 1994.Highlights include an AST 486SX computer with local bus video, a Digital Compact Cassette deck, and a portable cellular phone for only 29.99!Promotional item, has no commercial value.Technical information: Scanned using a Brother MFC-J6710DW at 300dpi on 4/25/2015 with Windows XP. Processed in uncompressed format until PDF conversion. OCR via... Topics: Radio Shack, advertisement
Operating Software manual to the Network Controller 3 device from Radio Shack. Available in the early 1980's, this device allowed Model III stations to load software from a host computer Model III. Generally used in classroom situations, the stations connected to the host were disk-less computers and the host computer had a floppy disk drive. The connections through the Network Controller 3 were RS-232. Topic: Tandy "Radio Shack" "Network 3" 26-2775
Usenet newsgroups within "alt.radio-shack", contributed courtesy of giganews.com. These captures omit most binary posts. Topics: alt.radio-shack.bill-bixby.dead.dead.dead, alt.radio-shack.bill-bixby.dead.dead
New Science Fair Story of Electronics, The - The Discovery that Changed the World! (1978)(Radio Shack)(US) Topics: radio, tub, anp, aqi, thb, electronics, explorers, electronic, science, shack, science fair, radio...
01. Twenty Eight 02. Thirty 03. Thirty Two 04. Three 05. Thirty One 06. Five 07. Thirty Four 08. Twenty 09. Interview with Rich Mullins ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Live concert, Cincinnati, MZ-R37, Radio Shack mics, Stoner Metal Source: Radio Shack mics (Realistic 33-1065) > Sony MZ-R37
Executed on MUSICA II and ORCH-90 software using a TRS-80 Color Computer circa 1988-1991. Recorded on analog cassette. Programmed and composed by Lee Rosevere. Topics: trs-80, color computer, tandy, radio shack, musica ii, orch90, 8bit Source: DAD